Does the Nintendo Switch use cartridges or CDs for games?
The Nintendo Switch uses cartridges.
this great console is dead because Nintendo made that stupid Nintendo wii wii all the games look like little kid stuff the gamecube games looked good had good details... different answer from different person:well not exactly. The people who make the games count make the game high quality into those tiny little disks. And the PS2 could also play DVDs and CDs but the gamecube could'NT
Earlier model video games were distributed in a proprietary cartridge format that was specific to each gaming platform. Examples are games for the Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, and Nintendo Game Boy. One advantage of cartridges over CDs is that the save data for the game could be stored directly on the cartridge itself, instead of requiring the system to have a hard drive (e.g. Nintendo Wii, Sony PS3) or requiring the users to buy memory…
The original Sony PlayStation, first released in Japan in December of 1994, used Compact Discs (CDs) as its storage medium. This was a matter of serendipity as the PlayStation was first made as the Play Station, an optical drive attachment for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System to supplant Nintendo's cartridge system. But upon Nintendo's termination of the joint venture, Sony decided to turn the Play Station into a full-fledged video game console.